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By Professor Yoland Lim Health Care

What is mental rejuvenation?

How do we rejuvenate our mental well-being?

The word ‘rejuvenate' means to look or feel better, younger, revitalized, regenerated and improve the psychological and mental vitality. Mental rejuvenation is the state we have when the mind feels optimized and prepared to take on any tasks at hand, with all the heaviness, complexities and muddled thoughts are removed.

In today's hectic world, it seems everywhere you turn there are people who stressed out and exhausted. We want to rejuvenate our health and well-being, whether it be physical or mental.

Practicing meditation in conjunction with binaural therapy,  Professor Yoland Lim Health Care's form of Meditation Music (Chanting), ideally needs to be practised daily and consistently. It is not a quick fix, although it does have benefit even in the short term. By doing it at least daily for 6 weeks, it increases the liklehood of benefit. When we are calmer, we usually make better decisions, and can think clearer, with the external stressors clouding our judgement.


By Professor Yoland Lim Health Care

‘Brahmi’ is a medicine traditionally used by sub continental people and is regarded as the reason why they are able to have such brilliant memory. Medical studies reinforce this as they have shown an antioxidant effect and cellular protective effects[1]. It has been used in traditional Ayurvedic treatment for epilepsy and asthma[2], ulcers, tumours, ascites, enlarged spleen, inflammation, anaemia, and gastroenteritis[3].


[1] Russo A, Borrelli F (April 2005). "Bacopa monniera, a reputed nootropic plant: an overview". Phytomedicine (Review). 12 (4): 305–17. doi:10.1016/j.phymed.2003.12.008. PMID 15898709.

[2] Rajani, M.; et al. (2004). Ramawat, K. G., ed. Biotechnology of Medicinal Plants: Vitalizer and Therapeutic. Enfield, NH: Science Publishers.

[3] Oudhia, Pankaj (2004). "Bramhi (Bacopa monnieri)". Society for Parthenium Management (SOPAM). Retrieved July 30, 2017.